The plan is to displace the peasantry, create a land market and amalgamate landholdings to form larger farms that are more suited to international land investors and industrial farming.
If we could enforce our inalienable right to choose what goes into our bodies, there would be no need to waste eight years of time and money arguing the technicalities of toxins. We could just say: “Shut up and shove your fluoride.”
Industries knew plastics could not be recycled, yet they promoted it to boost disposability profits, echoing Big Tobacco’s campaigns of deception.
The “protected class” is granted “safe harbor” only because their bets are so risky that to let them fail could crash the economy. But why let them bet at all?
Microplastics have now been found in our blood, showing they can travel around the body, potentially ending up lodged in our organs.
Industry narratives have nothing to say about the food system itself, which sees ‘food’ as just another commodity to be rinsed for profit regardless of the impacts on human health or the environment.
It is time for corporate media to represent the views and interests of the majority of Americans, instead of repeating the increasingly transparent lies told by those in positions of power and wealth.
Gibson Dunn is “playing both sides” of free speech, using it to defend fossil fuel companies and silence the industry’s critics.
Few symbols have stood the test of time like Disney’s iconic Mickey Mouse. But beneath the cheerful exterior of this beloved character lies a fiercely guarded empire, a testament to Disney’s unyielding efforts to extend the copyright of its most famous resident.
It’s probably no coincidence that corporations decided to embrace regenerative agriculture in 2019, the year that all 197 member countries of the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation endorsed a set of “10 elements of agroecology”.
Expansionist monetary systems turn us all into oppressors and exploiters of ourselves, each other and wider nature.
For the likes of BlackRock, which invests in both food and pharma, fuelling a system increasingly based on ultra processed food (UPF) with its cheap and unhealthy ingredients is a sure-fire money spinner.